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J

  • J (letter - ) littera j (jota)
  • JAB n colpo; v colpar, piccar
  • JABBER pronunciar indistincte- e rapidemente, *blaterar
  • JACK *cric
  • JACK-UP levar con le *cric
  • JACKAL chacal
  • JACKASS asino, *stulto
  • JACKET (garment) jachetta, jaco; (tech.) camisa; (of book) copertura de papiro, camisa
  • JACKPOT grosse ganio, grosse premio
  • JADE jada
  • JADED *jadate, *defesso, fatigate, lasse
  • JAGGED dentate, serrate, fatigate, lasse, *prerupte
  • JAGUAR *jaguar
  • JAH *jah, *jehovah, *jahveh
  • JAIL n prision, carcere; v imprisionar, incarcerar; (cage) *jaola
  • JAIL-BIRD prisionero
  • JAILER carcerero
  • JAM n (conserve) confectura; (traffic) paralyse del circulation; (fix) difficultate; vt (squeeze in) serrar, comprimer; (obstruct) obstruer, bloccar; (of radio) bloccar con ruito; vi (get stuck) bloccar se
  • JAM-JAR *potto pro confectura
  • JAMAICA *Jamaica
  • JAMAICAN adj *jamaican; n *jamaicano
  • JAMBOREE jamboree
  • JANUARY januario
  • JAPAN Japon
  • JAPANESE adj/n japonese
  • JAR n (small) *potto; (large eartnenware) jarra; v (of sound, colours) discordar; (jolt) choccar
  • JARGON jargon
  • JASMINE jasmin
  • JAUNDICE *ictero, jalnessa
  • JAUNT excursion
  • JAVELIN *javelotto
  • JAW (lower) mandibula; (upper) maxilla
  • JAWBONE maxilla
  • JAZZ jazz
  • JAZZY *vivente, *brillante, *jazzate
  • JEALOUS jelose
  • JEALOUSY jelosia
  • JEANS *blue-jeans
  • JEEP *jeep
  • JEER n crito de derision; v derider
  • JEHOVAH *jehovah, *jahveh; *yhwh *jhvh
  • JEHOVAH'S-WITNESSES *testes de jehovah
  • JELLY gelea
  • JELLYFISH medusa
  • JEOPARDIZE mitter in periculo
  • JERK n spasmo, succussa; v succuter (se); (annoying person) *penose
  • JERK-AROUND calcar (de pede) per culo
  • JERKY que se move per sucussas, spasmodic
  • JERSEY (geog.) Jersey; (garment) sweater, tricot
  • JEST n burla; v burlar
  • JESTER buffon
  • JESUS Jesus
  • JET n (of liquid) *jecto; (burner) becco de gas; (plane) avion a reaction, avion a *jecto; (mineral) lignite polite
  • JETTISON jectar
  • JETTY jectata, mole
  • JEW judeo
  • JEWEL joiel
  • JEWELER joielero
  • JEWELLER joielero
  • JEWELLERY joieles
  • JEWELRY joieles
  • JEWISH judee
  • JIB n (sail) *foc; v refusar
  • JIFFY instante, momento
  • JIG n (dance) jiga; (tech.) patrono de montage; v jigar
  • JILT abandonar
  • JINGLE n tintinno; v tintinnar
  • JINGOISM chauvinismo
  • JOB (employment) posto, empleo, *job; (occupation) occupation; (piece of work) obra; (task) carga, deber
  • JOCKEY jockey
  • JOG n sucussa; vt succuter; vi currer lentemente
  • JOGGING *jogging
  • JOIN n (linea de) junctura; v (link) junger (se), unir (se); (a club) facer se membro de
  • JOIN-IN participar in
  • JOIN-UP (enlist) inrolar se
  • JOINER carpentero
  • JOINT adj commun, juncte; n (union) junctura, union; (of meat) pecia de carne; (anat., etc.) articulo
  • JOINTED articulate
  • JOIST trave
  • JOKE n burla; v burlar
  • JOLLY adj allegre, gai, vivace; adv multo
  • JOLT n succussa, choc; v succuter (se)
  • JORDAN (country) Jordania; (river) jordano
  • JORDANIAN adj *jordanian, n *jordaniano
  • JOSTLE jocar con le cubitos
  • JOT iota
  • JOURNAL jornal
  • JOURNALISM jornalismo
  • JOURNALIST jornalista
  • JOURNEY n viage; v viagiar
  • JOVIAL jovial
  • JOVIALLY *jovialmente
  • JOY gaudio, *joia
  • JOYFUL gaudiose, *joiose
  • JUBILATION jubilation
  • JUBILEE jubileo
  • JUDAISM judaismo
  • JUDGE n judice; v (arbitrate) judicar; (estimate) estimar
  • JUDGMENT judicamento, judicio
  • JUDICIAL judicial
  • JUDICIOUS judiciose
  • JUDO *judo
  • JUG (pitcher) urceo
  • JUGGLE jocular
  • JUGGLER joculator
  • JUICE succo
  • JUICY succose
  • JUKEBOX phonographo automatic
  • JULY julio
  • JUMBLE n confusion; v confunder
  • JUMBLE-SALE vendita de obJectos usate (pro fines de caritate)
  • JUMBO elephante, *jumbo
  • JUMBO-JET *jumbojet
  • JUMP n salto; v saltar
  • JUMPER sweater, tricot
  • JUMPY nervose
  • JUNCTION (join) junction, union; (of roads) cruciamento; (rly.) nodo ferroviari, bifurcation
  • JUNCTURE junctura
  • JUNE junio
  • JUNGLE jungla
  • JUNIOR adj minor, junior; n filio
  • JUNIPER junipero
  • JUNK adj sin valor; n (rubbish) antiqualia, *cosalia, (ship) *junk; v jectar via, rejectar
  • JUNTA junta
  • JUPITER Jupiter
  • JURISDICTION jurisdiction
  • JUROR jurato
  • JURY juratos
  • JUST adj juste; adv (exactly) justo; (only) solmente; (scarcely) a pena; (of time) justo nunc
  • JUSTICE justitia
  • JUSTICE-OF-THE-PEACE magistrato
  • JUSTIFICATION justification
  • JUSTIFY justificar
  • JUT-OUT projectar
  • JUTE jute
  • JUVENILE juvenil
  • JUVENILE-DELINQUENCY delinquentia de minores
  • JUXTAPOSE poner in juxtaposition
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